International Politics


"Schedule for Peace," The Village Voice, May 7, 1971.

The May 7, 1971 edition of the Village Voice discussed a massive anti-war assembly in Washington that occurred in April of that year along with other peaceful events that occurred to protest the Vietnam war.


"Simes Gives Speech", Marlin Chronicle, November 9, 1983. 

The November 9, 1983 edition of the Marlin Chronicle, reported that if people were worried about the Cold War, a conflict between the United States and Russia, they needed to come to Dimitri K. Simes' talk at the Convocation. Simes, Senior Associate on Soviet Foreign Policy at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, had parents who were Soviet immigrants to the United States. He believed there was a major risk of a confrontation between the two superpowers.

International Politics